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What is freedom of speech

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Submitted by Obied Khan (Canada), Feb 16, 2006 at 16:50

I like to get a good definition about freedom of speech. I know that everything we do has a limit.
When you are driving a car, you can not drive in any speed you want , there are speed limit signs everywhere you go and the reason behind this is that if you drive with a highly speed you may hurt people's feeling by accidents.

Therefore, the freedom of speech should have a limit and at least it should not insult other religions.

Obied Khan
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